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  1. The harmful effects of tobacco OBJ: I will analyze the harmful long-term effects of tobacco use and the addictive nature of nicotine

  2. Bellwork Examine the following pictures. State what happened and what type of tobacco caused the condition.

  3. Bellwork • Answers: • Oral cancer caused by chewing tobacco • Lung cancer caused by smoking cigarettes • Gum cancer from snus • Cancer of the larynx caused by smoking cigarettes • Emphysema caused by smoking cigarettes. Emphysema damages and destroys air sacs of the lungs, reducing the lungs ability to bring in oxygen and remove carbon dioxide • Ulcers caused by chewing tobacco

  4. Facts • 1 in 5 teenagers smoke cigarettes. • Teenage smoking is often an early warning sign for future problems such as alcohol and marijuana use and drop in grades • 9 out of 10 teens do not find smoking attractive • 90% of adult smokers began at or before age 18 • Smoking kills more people than alcohol, AIDS, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders, and suicides combined

  5. REVIEW • What are the different forms of tobacco? • What are some of the “ingredients” in cigarette smoke?

  6. Nicotine • Nicotine is a highly addictive substance that occurs naturally in tobacco.

  7. The Nicotine addiction cycleCLASS ACTIVITY • Class Activity: Create a movement for the step in the cycle. The next person will add on..... • Question: What can someone do to decrease their nicotine cravings and eventually stop smoking?

  8. The Nicotine Addiction cycle • Nicotine enters the bloodstream • The heart beats faster • Blood vessels constrict • Blood pressure increases • More oxygen is pumped to the brain • Adrenaline is released into the blood • Eventually, the nicotine begins to wear off • Carbon monoxide slows down the body • The heart begins to beat slower • Feel of relaxation sets in • …..Brain begins to crave more nicotine

  9. Ways To Help You Resist Nicotine • Avoid triggers • Delay for 10 minutes to pass craving • Exercise • Practice relaxation techniques • Ask for help (support system) • Remember the benefits to quitting • Try nicotine replacements • Chew on gum or hard candy

  10. What do the chemicals in tobacco do to the body • Class Activity: Get a partner and a roll of stickers

  11. How Tobacco affects the body • Brain: Stroke • Mouth: dulls taste buds, stains teeth, tooth decay, gum disease, mouth cancer • Lungs: Chronic bronchitis, Emphysema, Lung cancer • Stomach: ulcers • Kidneys: Kidney cancer • Bladder: Bladder cancer • Bones: osteoporosis • Throat: Cancer of the larynx and esophagus • Heart: Heart disease • Liver: Cirrhosis of the liver • Spine: Vertebral cancer • Reproductive System: decrease sex drive, cervical cancer, impotence in males, decrease in fertility • Pregnancy: risk of miscarriage, premature delivery, low birth weight baby

  12. Stroke

  13. Mouth Cancer

  14. Lung Cancer and emphysema

  15. Stomach ulcers

  16. Kidney cancer

  17. Bladder cancer

  18. osteoporosis

  19. Cancer of the larynx

  20. Heart disease

  21. Cirrhosis of the liver

  22. Vertebral cancer

  23. Problems with reproductive system

  24. Complications with pregnancy

  25. Video: I can’t breath Class activity: “Straw” Activity Class Activity: Coffee Stirrer Activity

  26. Secondhand smoke Children exposed to second hand smoke are more likely to have respiratory problems, ear infections, and asthma attacks. • If you are at home, with a pack a day smoker, for one day = you smoking 3 cigarettes. • If you are in the car, with the windows closed, for one hour = you smoking 3 cigarettes. • If you are at a baseball game, sitting behind a smoker, for three hours = you smoking 1 cigarette. • If you are at a party, where a lot of people are smoking, for three hours = you smoking 4 cigarettes. What can you do to avoid secondhand smoke?

  27. Quick write Write a half page on what you learned in today’s class. Include the following information: • At least five long term effects of tobacco use • What advice would you give a friend or loved one who uses tobacco? • At least five ways to quit or reduce a nicotine craving

  28. Anti-tobacco advertisement • Continue to work on your anti-tobacco advertisement with your partner...

  29. HOMEWORK Interview a smoker and a non-smoker